I love testing out new features in Configuration Manager Technical Previews, always some great stuff in there. This time it is 1908.2 which contains some cool feature that I hope make it to 1910. I just had to write a short post with my testing so far. Teams integration in the Console Connections node. We
In Configuration Manager we always had log files for everything, extremely useful when troubleshooting. In Intune we have the event log and the MDMDiagnosticsTool which is our best friends. Win32app and PowerShell Scripts deployed are installed using the Intune Management Extension and for that we do have log files where we can track/troubleshoot application deployment.
In Windows 10 1809 Clipboard History was introduced in Windows 10. Basically it keeps a history of all you clipboard items, you can even sync them across devices. Which is really cool! Many use Password managers and many IT departments use password managers or some sort of safe storage to secure sensitive passwords, like “break
Run Scripts on Configuration Manager is one of the coolest things in a long time. I have a long list of scripts to write/blog here is the first. Update the logged on users GPOs. Then challenge with this is that the script is executed in System Context and we want to be in the users
I wrote a post on how to roam Google Chrome settings using UE-V a while back making Chrome a great experience as we can roam bookmarks, settings, and more to a single file, “Profile.pb”. Note: enabling Roaming profile support removes the possibility to sync with the Google Cloud using a Google account.https://ccmexec.com/2018/09/using-google-chrome-roaming-profile-settings-with-ue-v/ Now time has
From time to time I get the question to install the CM Remote Tools standalone. I wrote a blog post about how to run it standalone a couple of years ago. In that blog post a comment on how to add a registry key normally added by the Admin console setup will make the audit
When writing TSbackground the next version of OSDBackground my collegue Johan Schrewelius spent a lot of time analyzing how time is set during OSD in Configuration Manager in WinPE. The whole purpose being to display the correct time, time zone and time elapsed during OSD. We thought it would be a good idea to post
Just in time for Windows 1903 the Onevinn Upgrade tools are getting some new features. Johan Schrewelius has been doing a great job once again. “TSLaunch ConfigMgr extension 2.3.19109.1.msi”, is updated with improved datetime handling. “UPGBackground 1.0.19111.1.msi” It will show _SMSTSCurrentStepName all along the TS and an additional progressbar showing the actual upgrade progress during